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DWC Weather Times for June 26

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Edition #2 June 26, 2014

Mississippi Gulf Coast 5 Day Weather Forecast (Biloxi MS):

Friday: Partly cloudy with a few afternoon thunderstorms, high temps will be around 88F, along with heat index values near 100F, low temps will fall to near 77F, winds from the southeast around 12-17mph.

Saturday: Partly cloudy with an isolated afternoon thunderstorm, high temps around 88F, heat index values near 100F, winds from the southeast around 12-17mph as low temps fall near 77F.

Sunday: Partly cloudy and hot, with high temps near 90F, heat index values near 100F, winds from the south around 10-15mph, while low temps fall to near 77F.

Monday: Partly cloudy and hot with high temps near 92F, winds from the southwest around 15-20mph, low temps near 79F.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy with a few afternoon thunderstorms, high temps around 94F, heat index values near 105F, winds from the west-southwest around 15-20mph, low temps around 78F.

North Central SD Weather Forecast (Lemmon SD):

Friday: Mostly cloudy with thunderstorms, some which will be severe with damaging winds, large hail and isolated tornadoes along with heavy rainfall. High temps will be around 79F, low temps near 65F, winds from the southeast around 22-27mph.

Saturday: Partly cloudy and breezy with west-northwest winds around 25-30mph, high temps near 75F, low temps around 61F.

Sunday: Sunny skies and very breezy with west winds around 30-35mph with higher gust, high temps around 75F, low temps near 60F.

Monday: Partly cloudy and breezy with northwest winds around 35-40mph with higher gust, high temps around 66F, low temps near 54F.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy and breezy with northwest winds around 30-35mph, high temps near 70F and lo temps around 56F.

North East SD Weather Forecast (Corona/Milbank):

Friday: Partly cloudy with thunderstorms, high temps around 82F, there will be some strong to severe storms along with heavy rainfall, low temps around 73F, with southeast winds around 18-23mph.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with scattered thunderstorms, high temps around 79F, low temps near 71F, some storms will be severe with damaging winds and heavy rainfall, winds from the southeast around 20-25mph.

Sunday: Partly cloudy with a few thunderstorms in the afternoon, high temps around 79F, low temps near 66F, with a strong west wind at 20-25mph.

Monday: Partly cloudy and breezy with northwest winds around 22-27mph, high temps near 79F, low temps around 59F.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy and cool with high temps around 68F, low temps around 55F, winds from the northwest around 20-25mph.

Global Weather Headlines for June 27, 2014:

An active weather pattern will continue across the Plains ahead of an approaching cold front, this will bring another round of severe weather to the region, also enhanced convection will continue along the Northern Gulf Coast, strong low pressure moving into the Pacific Northwest will bring showers and cooler weather to the region as well.

Storm system moving through England will bring more showers and cloud cover to the region along with cooler temps, hot weather will prevail from Northern Africa through the Middle East.

A storm system moving into Japan will bring showers and isolated thunderstorms from Tokyo to Sasebo Japan, while a boundary remains in place from Southern Japan back into Eastern China, this will be the focus of more showers and thunderstorms.

Tropics: Remain tranquil from the Western Pacific to the Eastern Pacific, along with the Atlantic and Indian Ocean basins.

A powerful storm system moving into Southern Chile will bring higher elevation snows along with periods of heavy rainfall, another powerful storm system heading towards Southwest Australia will increase the clouds and winds for Perth.

Market Weather Watch for June 27, 2014:

Another day of severe weather across the Plains will put more Corn crops at risk for hail and flooding rains.

On the Horizon 30 days in advance for the Northern Plains:

The next few weeks are going to be very trying in regards to heavy rainfall being possible multiple times along with that expect to see cooler temps as well. Looking at the outlook for Minneapolis, the region will see temps around 70-80F on average, while rainfall for the month of July will be in the 2-4inch range.

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